Success Stories

Shravastii Banerjee

“I have always been interested in fashion. I very well remember, how I used to enjoy watching fashion TV even as a kid. I loved the idea of dressing up, walking the ramp and being in front of the camera….never knowing the childhood imaginations will become a career one day.

PMA guided me on my journey to become a model and made me believe that never give up and that is the reason I’m still here, chasing my goal persistently. Now, I’m in Pool “A” category of Bombay Times Fashion Week and walked the ramp for top designers such as Asif Merchant, Neeta Lulla and recently featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine for luxury brand- Horra

Divesh Shetty

I’m a born and bred Mumbaikar, with an easy going attitude towards life. I was involved in sketching, singing and other extracurricular activities…basically, anything which kept me away from books. I also discovered my singing talent during one such competition in school.

Once school was over, my family coaxed me into pursuing a Hotel Management degree. I completed my graduation somehow….I asked myself, ‘What’s next? Do I really want to take up a 10 -12 hours day job and do it for the rest of my life?’ The answer was NO, this is not me.

I started taking fitness seriously and began working out. Slowly, I started getting assignments from FITMAG magazine, L’oreal, etc. and hence my modelling career began. Now, after PMA, my career got a major boost and built my confidence to walk the ramp for top fashion shows such as Bombay Times Fashion Week.

Vaibhav Maurya

“I belong to the City of Nawabs, and naturally love to feel like one too! Hahaa…After completing my schooling from Lucknow, I moved to Delhi and graduated as a Mechanical Engineer. I have always been inclined towards sports, and played volleyball on the national level.
I remember once during college, at one of the Inter-college Fashion Show competition, me and my friend casually auditioned for participating in it and I got rejected. It was a blow to my ego and I was adamant now that I have to become a model and that too a successful one.

It’s been almost two years that I moved to Mumbai and thanks to PMA, I have walked for many fashion weeks. The modelling etiquette and personality development sessions groomed me to become a top model today.

Imran Khan

I was born and brought up in Delhi, and from a very early age was clear that I wanted to be an actor. I had an affinity towards fashion and wearing good clothes.
I love taking care of myself and never miss my workout. I went on to pursue my graduation in business management and was titled Mr. Fresher that year. I participated in many fashion shows during my college days.

After the initial house hunting and acting auditions struggles, I was lucky enough to be guided by PMA and create my own unique identity. Now, I’ve walked for Rohit Bal, Asif Merchant, Bombay Times Fashion Week , Amazon Fashion Week, Designer Next India to name a few…all these opportunities fuelled my passion.

Gunjan Sharma

I grew up like any other small town kid of India. The plan was simple – to pursue an engineering degree, get a well-paying job and eventually settle down! Right from childhood, being amazed by how runway models walked and carried themselves, I used to pose in front of the mirror trying to imitate them in my own little way. Never thought I would eventually be one!

I know, how most youngsters get into the rut and find it difficult to pursue what they are actually inclined towards. But then true passion always wins!

Life has turned around since PMA. Engineering student to moving to Mumbai, living by myself, bagging projects, doing great work definitely makes me proud of myself. My latest achievement of walking the ramp for top fashion shows makes me even more positive and enthusiastic about what lies ahead.

Robin Chaudhary

I have always been a fitness conscious person from a very young age. I also practice Yoga, which has made me calmer over the years. Graduating in hotel management, I took up a job with Taj Rambagh Palace in Jaipur. Working there for a while I realized, it was not motivating for me anymore.

My journey started when I shared my pictures with LUX, they were on a lookout for a model who is leaner and fit for walking ramp and given my lean body the pictures got selected. Everything happened quickly and soon I was in Mumbai. Thanks to PMA, I have also walked for India Couture Week, Bombay Times Fashion Week, Amazon India Fashion Week to name a few…
Anything which keeps me in front of the camera makes me happy, so I also do theatre apart from modelling. But walking the ramp gives me a different high.

Nakul Warudkar

Work Done:

Print shoot for brand called “The Yellow Button” as well as had experience doing ramp walk in college fashion shows

Rohit Kumar

Work Done:

Walked the ramp for Bombay Times Fashion Week, Lake View Cafe Fashion Week, L’oreal shoot, Sabyasachi Satpathy show and Asif Merchant show

Sudhakarrao Karnal

Work Done:

Runway Shows

  • Horra luxury autumn winter 18 collection launch – August 2018
  • Tassel fashion and lifestyle awards 2018 – August 2018
  • Pune Fashion Week – December 2017
  • Face of India (Won the title of “Most Promising Model”) – December 2017


  • Shoot for Jade Blue (campaign & lookbook) – July 2018
  • Shoot for L’oreal hairdressing awards show – July 2018- Present
  • Shoot for National institute of Photography – January 2018 & March 2017

Face of India and worked with Mr. Yatin Gandhi and Ms. Alesia Raut held at Ramoji film city, Hyderabad. It was in association with Asia model festival and Indywood film carnival. Also, won the title of most promising model, awarded by Mr. Badal Saboo.